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SkyVision to showcase new services at South Africa's "Satcom 2013" exhibition


08:32, May 28, 2013

JOHANNESBURG, May 27 (Xinhua) -- SkyVision Global Networks Ltd., a leading global provider of IP connectivity over satellite and fiber optic systems, announced on Monday that it will be showcasing a host of new products and services at the Satcom 2013 exhibition and conference scheduled for May 28-29 in Johannesburg.

To consistently reinforce its leading position in Africa, SkyVision is dedicated to continuous development of new solutions and services to meet the increased demand for reliable connectivity, the company said in a statement issued here. "Today's African market presents a clear need for robust and efficient telecommunication services," comments Doron Ben Sira, SkyVision CEO. "We are proud to extend our services offering throughout the continent, and the ability to provide a wide range of enterprise solutions. It's SkyVision's experience and expertise in Africa that enables us to deliver reliable and competitively priced connectivity solutions," he added. The company's intensive efforts and corporate strategy have led to its reputation of delivering superior solutions across the continent. SkyVision's success in the African market is also a result of its comprehensive network of local partners and representatives, and dedicated SkyVision offices in Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal, Guinea, and Burkina Faso. SkyVision Voice services, Mobile Satellite services, Managed Firewall services, and the SkyVision Active, which are the company's business continuity series, are amongst the company's most recent launches.

This range of new services is designed to serve corporate customers, and tailored to meet the needs of commercial sectors, including mining, oil and gas, government, NGOs and financial institutions.

In addition, SkyVision also delivers end-to-end Private Network and VPN solutions which provide the ability to connect/share information between headquarters and remote offices, featuring extensive global coverage and seamless network integration. As highly reliable solutions, connectivity is maintained under any conditions and offers the ideal solution for mission-critical business applications. With a network spanning 100 countries, SkyVision's solutions combine global reach with active local presence and support. SkyVision's customers include incumbent telecoms, ISPs, cellular operators, global and local enterprises, government entities and NGOs.

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